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  • Occupation: Actor

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  • Name: Symbria Wright
  • Married: [[ | ]], [[|]]

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  1. ^ Whitaker Wikipedia
  2. ^ Whitaker Wikipedia
  3. ^ Whitaker Wikipedia
  4. ^ 1900 Census - Petersburgh, Millard Co., UT
  5. ^ 1910 Census - Kanosh, Millard Co., UT
  6. ^ 1920 Census - Croydon, Morgan Co., UT
  7. ^ Obituary - Wilford Woodruff Whitaker - Mr. Whitaker. who had resided for the past 10 years in Salt Lake City, is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clarissa H. Whitaker; five sons, O. A. Whitaker, Huntington Park. Cal.; Milton H. and Mose Whitaker, Salt Lake City; H. E. Whitaker, Kanosh; Wilford W. Whitaker, Elko, Nev.; five daughters, Mrs. Jessie Ray, Glendale. Cal.; Mrs. Clara Rollins, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Grace Staples and Mrs. Melba Staples. Kanosh; Mrs. Paloma Scott, Provo; two brothers. Joseph and Charles Whitaker, Salt Lake City; a sister, Mrs. Arzella Symons, Salt Lake City, and 69 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Deseret mortuary Wednesday and Thursday and at the home of his son, Herman E. Whitaker in Kanosh Friday prior to services. Burial will be in the Kanosh cemetery. Tues. Dec. 4 34 Funeral services for William D. Grover, 67, active L. D. S. church worker, who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sarah E. De Haan, 141 West North Temple street, Saturday, will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Larkin mortuary. Additional services will be conducted Thursday at Blackfoot, Idaho. Burial will be in the Thomas cemetery at Blackfoot.
  8. ^ Social Security Death Index
  9. ^ World War I Draft Registration Card
  10. ^ 1920 Census - Croydon, Morgan Co., UT
  11. ^ 1920 Census - Etna, Lincoln Co., WY
  12. ^ 1900 Census - Petersburgh, Millard Co., UT
  13. ^ 1910 Census - Kanosh, Millard Co., UT
  14. ^ Obituary - Orson Robinson Whitaker - Funeral services for Orson Whitaker. 79, 529 North Ninth West street, who died Sunday in a local hospital. will be conducted Thursday at 12 noon in the Deseret mortuary, with Bishop W. W. Emery of the Twenty-ninth L. D. S. ward officiating. Orson Whitaker Additional services will be conducted Friday at 2 p. m. in the Kanosh L. D. S. ward chapel with Bishop Preal George officiating. Mr. Whitaker. who had resided for the past 10 years in Salt Lake City, is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clarissa H. Whitaker; five sons, O. A. Whitaker, Huntington Park. Cal.; Milton H. and Mose Whitaker, Salt Lake City; H. E. Whitaker, Kanosh; Wilford W. Whitaker, Elko, Nev.; five daughters, Mrs. Jessie Ray, Glendale. Cal.; Mrs. Clara Rollins, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Grace Staples and Mrs. Melba Staples. Kanosh; Mrs. Paloma Scott, Provo; two brothers. Joseph and Charles Whitaker, Salt Lake City; a sister, Mrs. Arzella Symons, Salt Lake City, and 69 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Deseret mortuary Wednesday and Thursday and at the home of his son, Herman E. Whitaker in Kanosh Friday prior to services. Burial will be in the Kanosh cemetery.
  15. ^ 1900 Census - Petersburgh, Millard Co., UT
  16. ^ 1910 Census - Kanosh, Millard Co., UT
  17. ^ 1920 Census - Etna, Lincoln Co., WY
  18. ^ 1880 Census - Saint Charles, Bear Lake Co., ID
  19. ^ 1920 Census - Etna, Lincoln Co., WY
  20. ^ 1880 Census - Saint Charles, Bear Lake Co., ID
  21. ^ Sons of Utah Pioneers Memorial Gallery Index Cards
  22. ^ 1880 Census - Saint Charles, Bear Lake Co., ID
  23. ^ Sons of Utah Pioneers Memorial Gallery Index Cards
  24. ^ Desc. of John and Mary Palmer
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